Ghostface Killah Tears 'Fat Fraud' Action Bronson to Shreds in Harsh Video Rant

Ghostface Killah
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Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan performs during the 2015 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival at Acl Live at Moody Theatre on March 20, 2015 in Austin, Texas. 

Ghostface Killah is coming for Action Bronson -- on YouTube. And it's pretty damn harsh. 

Bronson has long garnered comparisons to the legendary MC, but may have taken things a little too far during a recent appearance on ESPN's SportsNation, when he said "[Ghostface is] not rapping like this no more," in reference to the success of his most recent album Mr. Wonderful.

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Naturally, Ghostface (who just released a new album last week) had no interest in taking the insult lying down. In a new six-minute YouTube video, he reads Bronson the riot act over a Teddy Pendergrass song not coincidentally called "Be For Real."

"You've got this little fake ass n----, Action Bronson, running around sounding like me," he begins. "I want to tell his little fat fuck self, I gave you a grace period. I was supposed to destroy you a long time ago. You go on Sports Nation, kicking that shit, acting like you the n----...first of all, you little fat fuck, who gives you the right to even mention my name."

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"You done made a mistake boy," he continues. "You can never fuck with my pen -- my sword, my blade -- I'm too nasty for you. This is why the fuck you look up to me and sound like me."

Ghostface concludes, "Don't let me hang you from a rope and gut you like a pig and leave you out to dry. Because you're done."

Watch the full video for yourself:

Watch the offending clip below:

SHOTS FIRED!!! Rapper Action Bronson Takes SHOTS At Ghostface . . . He BASICALLY Called Out The LEGENDARY Wu Tang Artist . . . Said He's BETTER THAN THE GOD!!! (Wow . . . Dude Got SOME Nerve??)

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